GLEN ELLYN, Ill. (CBS) — A west suburban high school was placed on “soft lockdown” Wednesday afternoon after a student found a threat to the building, but officials said they don’t believe there’s any danger.

Glenbard South High School Principal Terri Hanrahan sent a note to parents Wednesday afternoon stating “a few moments ago a student found a threat to our building for Friday, December 10. We do not believe the threat to be credible.” “As a precaution we have moved to a soft lockdown in the building.”

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Students were moved to the school’s gym to discuss the procedures the school would follow after receiving the threat, Hanrahan said.

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Officials anticipated a normal dismissal time for students and planned to keep parents updated on the situation.

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“Once again we do not believe any student to be in danger at this time,” Hanrahan said.